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 Night is a work by Elie Wiesel about his experience with his father, Shlomo, in the Nazi German concentration camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald in 1944–1945, at the height of the Holocaust and toward the end of the Second World War.

 Night is a work by Elie Wiesel about his experience with his father, Shlomo, in the Nazi German concentration camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald in 1944–1945, at the height of the Holocaust and toward the end of the Second World War.

  1. emilieklassen reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    This story totally freaked me out. The idea of being seperated from your family with the idea that you may never see...
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    It was really shocking to know what Elie Wiesel had to go through. I can’t even begin to imagine what it is like losing...
  4. sammiess5 reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    This chapter of Night by Elie Wiesel is extremely powerful as it describes the process that occurred as men, women and...
  5. rileyeberts reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    My Thoughts on Night The novel gives excellent insight not only into Auschwitz but also into emotions. I felt everything...
  6. carolinepaskevich reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    We have without a doubt all read, heard from, and listened to a great deal of different Holocaust survivors, but...
  7. jonnybedard reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    I own have read this book twice and I think it is the best book I have ever read. It was very realistic and eye opening...
  8. mariacamilaponce reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    I have read many accounts of survivors’ accounts of what they experienced during their time at their respective...
  9. sarah7ferguson reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    Reading about another first-hand account of life in concentration camps has made me wonder how on earth these people...
  10. nickcoltura reblogged this from cameronwass and added:
    I agree with cam in saying that the experience that Elie Wiesel went through were completely shocking. the amount of...
  11. hello-sydneyash reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    When Elie Wiesel wrote this book you can tell he was telling it as it was. He was pouring all of his traumatic...
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    It’s chilling to be reminded that not just men and women but children around my own age were subjected to the Nazi’s...
  13. cameronwass reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    The experiences that Elie Wiesel went through absolutely shock me. If I had to live a day in this teen’s shoes, I...
  14. natehotrodhardy reblogged this from bradhoffman10 and added:
    I couldn’t agree more with Brad. The Nazis did completely dehumanize the Jewish people. I also find it astonishing that...
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    I couldn’t imagine being in this boys shoes. He has honestly, for one night, experienced what his personal hell, and...
  16. bradhoffman10 reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    kitteringhamhistory12 Starts almost tragically poetic….. before becoming alarmingly real. How could these people not...
  17. sydneybdevlin reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    About a year ago I purchased Night by Elie Wiesel and read it on my own time. I love reading books such as Wiesel’s...
  18. yanivsilbermanhistory reblogged this from kitteringhamhistory12 and added:
    "Work or crematorium, the choice is yours". Elie Wiesel is able to write about his visuals and experiences in Auschwitz....
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